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Photo fair returns to local arts picture

Photo fair returns to local arts picture

PHOTO Shanghai, Asia’s premier photography art fair, will return this September to the Shanghai Exhibition Center. The fair will open to VIPs on September 10 and to the public from 11 to 13. Upon its ...

Sophie Wang | May 22, 2015, Friday


Musician plays it by ear

Musician plays it by ear

CHINESE cellist Wang Jian has always adhered to the principle, “pleasant to hear,” when evaluating a piece of music and it’s hard to argue. Wang will be performing with South Korean pianist Kim Sunwook ...

Zhang Qian | May 22, 2015, Friday


Writer pulls back curtain on Nobel lit prize

Writer pulls back curtain on Nobel lit prize

SWEDISH writer, poet and literary historian Kjell Erik Espmark is one of the 18 members of The Swedish Academy, the body that annually hands out the Nobel Prize in Literature, one of the five prizes established ...

Yao Min-G | May 22, 2015, Friday

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China students struggle with US work visas

China students struggle with US work visas

ON a Friday in early spring, a lunchtime crowd fills the food court of Brookfield Place, a lower Manhattan office complex. Yang Guoke, a tall, thin 25-year-old from China, clad in jeans and grey sweater, ...

Jiang Bijun | May 23, 2015, Saturday


Film festival’s not short on talent

Some 150 films from more than 60 countries and regions will be screened from today through the end of the month at the “A Long Week of Short Films” program. The films will be shown in 25 screening programs, ...

May 22, 2015, Friday


Phoney universities create real confusion

ARMED with slick-looking websites and recruitment materials, con-artists are tricking high-schoolers into enrolling in unaccredited — and in some cases nonexistent — universities. A list released earlier ...

May 22, 2015, Friday


U Theater members practice meditation

U Theater members practice meditation

WHILE innovation remains a key word in the art world, traditional Chinese elements are making a comeback. Tradition is being used to inject new life into modern creations by various artists. Ancient Chinese ...

Zhang Qian | May 22, 2015, Friday


Multimedia artist discusses film project

Multimedia artist discusses film project

FOR his short film “Disguise,” Shanghai-based multimedia artist Yang Zhenzhong was honored late last month with the Premio Eramanno Casoli, a prize meant to promote the work of young artists. Yang’s award-winning ...

Wang Jie | May 22, 2015, Friday


Chilly summer ahead with ‘Ice Age’ production

THE popular characters from the “Ice Age” series of animated movies are heading to Shanghai this summer for “Ice Age Live! A Mammoth Adventure.” The show combines film, acrobatics, figure skating and ...

Xu Wei | May 22, 2015, Friday


Vitamin B3 may help prevent certain skin cancers

For the first time, a large study suggests that a vitamin might modestly lower the risk of the most common types of skin cancer in people with a history of these relatively harmless yet troublesome gr...

Marilynn Marchione | May 21, 2015, Thursday


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